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Carnival Corporation’s AIDA Cruises Welcomes History-Making AIDAnova to Fleet

The world's largest leisure travel company's AIDA Cruises, Germany's leading cruise line, launches its newest ship, AIDAnova, which makes history as the world's first cruise vessel powered at sea and in port by liquefied natural gas, the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel

Carnival AirShip to make West Coast debut during California tour

Look up in the sky! As part of the year-long celebration welcoming the new Carnival Panorama to the West Coast, Carnival Cruise Line today...

Top reasons you can’t miss traveling to France next year

2019 is shaping up to be an especially dynamic year for visiting France.

What’s new in France for 2019?

France is always an exciting destination but the year ahead promises a buffet of intriguing events beyond the capitol. Here are the top reasons...

Bali expects to receive 51 cruise ships in 2012

Bali has set itself the target of attracting at least 51 cruise liners, or around 24 percent of the 215 cruise ships expected to visit Indonesia this year, an official said.

Stena Line will be introducing two giant ships on the Irish...

DUN LAOGHAIRE, Ireland - Stena Line has announced the refurbishment of two giant ships that the company will be introducing on the Irish Sea later this year.

St. Kitts ready for cruise tourism boom

Basseterre, St. Kitts - Senator Ricky Skerritt, Minister of Tourism & International Transport, has announced that cruise visitor arrivals to St.

Africa’s cruise industry has long way to go

Africa had potential to become one of the biggest cruise tourism markets because ocean cruise lines were looking for new markets outside Europe and the US and the continent was largely untapped, speak

More Americans choosing home port cruises than ever before

LONDON, England - There's been a distinct rise in US travelers interested in visiting Europe in the last year, and the cruise industry is busy moving vessels to Australia to meet an increased demand.

Russia sends icebreakers to rescue stranded ships

MOSCOW – Russia has sent two powerful icebreakers - Magadan and Admiral Makarov to the Gulf of Sakhalin in the Far East to rescue three ships stranded in ice.

Celebrity Cruises launches its second annual Wine Harvest Celebration

MIAMI - Premium vacation brand Celebrity Cruises, employer of one of the world's largest staff of sommeliers, will illuminate its extensive onboard wine program later this year when it launches its se

Cruise industry gives Cairns terminal seal of approval

Two of the cruise ship industry's heavyweights have given the $11.2 million Cairns cruise terminal their seal of approval.

Annual cruise ship conference to be held in Dominican Republic

The city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic will host the 17th Annual Exhibition and Conference organized by the Florida and Caribbean Cruise Ship Association (FCCA).

Cruise ships: A playground for fun or playing field for malevolence?

(eTN) - The Cruise Line Safety Act of 2009 is currently waiting for the signature of President Barack Obama. Will he sign it?

Waterslides, aqua parks – cruise lines compete for families

It started back in 2005 when Royal Caribbean Cruise Line added rock climbing walls, mini-golf and ice-skating rinks to their cruise ships.

Practical and legal tips for safe cruising

Summer is here, full of travel and memorable moments. To ensure smooth sailing this summer, consider the practical and the legal before embarking on a cruise. Practical

Hate cruises? Take a cruise

Don't consider yourself a cruise person? Think again. There's far more to the cruise industry these days than cheesy ports of call and Vegas-meets-megamall design.

UAE betting big on cruise ship tourism

As the UAE looks to diversify its economy, tourism officials are betting big on the country’s cruise ship travel industry.

Maltese cruise line industry grew 8.9% annualy over last decade

The past decade has seen an average 8.9 per cent annual growth in the Maltese cruise liner industry, a spokesperson for the Parliamentary Secretariat for Tourism said in comments to this newspaper.

Vancouver braces for 300,000 cruise passenger loss this year

VANCOUVER - As the first ship of the season arrives, Vancouver's cruise industry will likely suffer a pretty big loss in 2010.

Cruise fears and why you shouldn’t worry about them

Some of the headlines about cruising have been downright frightening. Whole ships full of people being quarantined to their cabins with serious stomach flu?

Oman welcomes luxury cruise ships

Twenty-four cruise lines currently make a port stop at

Cruise lines continue assisting Haiti

After a flurry of attention and several weeks of whirlwind fundraising, the buzz surrounding the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12 -- and Royal Caribbean's controversial decision to

More cruise lines placing ships in Dubai for winter season

Dubai has had some significant financial turmoil the past few months, but that has not deterred cruise vacationers to the embattled emirate as it is quickly becoming a must-see port of call.

A bump in virus outbreaks on shore is likely to carry...

Suffering a bout of gastrointestinal illness in a cramped cruise ship cabin ranks pretty high on the scale of vacation nightmares.
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